Supporters of Bay Area Bike Share are hoping to get expansion plans back in the fast lane after financial woes have created delays.
The Marin County Sheriff’s department tried to reunite dozens of stolen bikes with their owners Sunday.
The Marin County Sheriff’s Office is informing residents that photos of bicycles that were stolen by a ring throughout the county are available for viewing at marinij.com.
San Rafael police are rolling out a new campaign aimed at protecting motorists and pedestrians on city streets.
BART directors voted 5-2 Thursday in favor of a proposal for the design of future train cars that seeks to achieve a compromise between the competing requests of bike riders, wheelchair users and blind people.
San Francisco police are trying a new approach to breaking the cycle of bike thefts in the Bay Area with a high tech tool.
While smartphone thefts have been getting a lot of recent attention, three times as many bicycles are stolen in San Francisco every year as iPhones.
Fremont police are working to reunite 26 found bicycles with the bikes’ owners.
A new contraflow bike lane opened on Friday on a stretch of Polk Street in San Francisco, with a physical barrier protecting cyclists from the surrounding traffic.
The Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission approved $8.7 million in funding Wednesday morning to expand the Bay Area Bicycle Share program to the East Bay in 2015 despite delays in existing expansion plans caused by the bankruptcy of a key business.